The Troup Lady Tigers ended 2014 on a positive note with three wins in four games, and they carried that momentum into their first game of the new year.
It's seven up, and seven down for the Lafayette Christian School Cougars.Facing visiting Howard School from Atlanta, the Cougars rolled to a 65-35 victory on Tuesday to improve to 7-0.
They're starting over.It's not that the previous games the LaGrange Grangers have played don't matter.They do.Every win has been satisfying, and the losses have hurt.
They're busy crossing things off their to-do list.It's been a difficult few seasons for the Troup Lady Tigers, but it looks like things are starting to turn in their favor.
They'll have one final tune-up today before the start of region play, and it's a game the Callaway Lady Cavaliers can use.
The Lafayette Christian School Cougars are still perfect.In their first game in nearly a month, the Cougars used a stingy defensive effort to beat New Creation Christian Academy 49-22 on Monday in a region game.
They brought home the trophy.Six local players were a part of the Florida vs. Georgia High School All-Star Game on Saturday, and they helped their home state win the game for the first time.
In their first game of the new year, the Callaway Cavaliers made easy work of the Heard County Braves Saturday night.
It wasn't looking good.
LaGrange High's basketball teams tuned up for the start of region play by sweeping past East Coweta on Saturday.
They gave the fans a show.The men's basketball teams from LaGrange College and Greensboro (N.C.) combined for nearly 200 points during Sunday's USA South game at Mariotti Gym.
They're perfect so far.The LaGrange College Panthers opened their USA South schedule this weekend, and they won both games to get off to a nice start in conference play.